FACT Mix by Alex Nut

It's not my intention to cover all the mixtapes from FACT Magazine, but recently they outperform themselves with every new week. The latest highlight comes from Alex Nut, an exceptional DJ, head of Eglo Records and host of the Mixed Nuts radio show.

New Mayer Hawthorne Video

While the second Mayer Hawthorne single Maybe So, Maybe No is nearing its release, his debut release Just Ain't Gonna Work Out finally got a video.

Weekly Bits 17/2009

Free downloads from Mayer Hawthorne and the Parra Soundsystem, a great podcast from Robot Koch and new publications from Shook and Machine. If you haven't read about all this on Twitter already, here's your chance to catch up!

Dub Echoes out soon on DVD

Brazilian filmmaker Bruno Natal is the director of Dub Echoes, a documentary about the history of Jamaican dub music and its influence on contemporary electronic music.

Domu Promo Mix April 09

TrebleO founder Dominic Stanton, musician of many disguises and extraordinary DJ, has posted another of his much sought-after mixtapes - and it's a big one!

Beats in Space with Henrik Schwarz & Âme

For the latest Beats in Space radio-show, host Tim Sweeney invited Innervisions artists Henrik Schwarz and Âme. I haven't yet downloaded the show myself, but I guess the tracklist speaks for itself.

Computer Paul EP

Forgive my ignorance, but I'm gonna pretend there was only one track on this new EP from Computer Paul. It's not that the other tracks are any bad, but they are covered deeply by the shadows of this huge track called Does It? featuring Michelle Amador.

FACT Mix by Paul White

When it comes to Paul White, things are moving pretty fast. Shortly after the review of One Eye Open EP, FACT Magazine announced Paul's upcoming album and now got a fresh mixtape from him!

Martyn – Great Lengths

I don't recall a record this year that was nearly as anticipated as Martyn's debut longplayer Great Lengths. For those of you who are critical towards dubstep, this could turn out to be the first album in your collection, as it's the yet best proof for the genre's versatility.

Weekly Bits 16/2009

My favourite free track this week comes from Greymatter, also there are interviews with Mark Pritchard and Bob Jones, and a new EP from Jus'Listen Recordings.

Paul White – One Eye Open EP

I think I can already tell the next release of the week! It's coming from a young London based beatmaker going by the name of Paul White. He hasn't been on my radar since his guestmix for Mary Anne Hobbs' show, but my love for his music grew with every track.

FACT Mix by Roland Appel

Sonar Kollektiv's Roland Appel has already recorded under the names of Fauna Flash, Trüby Trio and more recently his own. He's also an excellent DJ and will be playing at London's Plastic People this Friday.

A Shirt and its Designer

Unless you follow me on Twitter, you most likely don't know about the t-shirts yet! The idea was simply to offer some shirts for fans of this blog. Brazilian designer Rubens was so kind to do a design for the shirt, so I wanted to feature his work on this site.

Tom Trago's Voyage Direct Video

A music video to featured album Voyage Direct by Tom Trago has been produced by Circus Family. It was directed by Vincent van de Waal and Wouter Westen and was first played at the release party at Trouw Amsterdam.

Seiji Mixtape & Free Tracks

Ever since Seiji (Bugz in the Attic) produced bits of the Róisín Murphy album, it has gotten quiet around his own music. Well, I just found his website on which he got a mixtape for download and also two brand new tracks.

Taylor McFerrin at WMC '09

Once again showing his huge talent, Taylor McFerrin played an in-store session in Miami with Ne'a Posey. The after party took place at the Florida Room, with Benji B and King Britt on decks.

Weekly Bits 14/2009

Sometimes, I’m not quite sure what to choose for my weekly bits. I always hope that I have interesting stuff to share with you. But selection bears limitation and I don’t limit what I select. Perhaps, you are more …

On-Point TV interviews Dorian Concept

Another interview with Dorian Concept comes from On-Point, talking about his YouTube videos, the beloved Micro Korg and his collection of second-hand shirts.

Altered Natives – Rass Out EP

The second release on Fresh Minute Music comes from Danny Native, who finished these two new tracks after completing his album A Thousand Days of Patience. The title track Rass Out is clearly the best broken beat track I have heard in a very long time!

CDR: Late at Tate

The Tate Britain hosted Tony Nwachukwu's CDR event Late at Tate in late March. Taking "the concept of remixing to the gallery with DJing from CDR", the likes of Soundspecies and Dorian Concept played their music to an audience at the "most surreal place".